Natural Sleep Aids Milford CT

Local resource for natural sleep aids in Milford. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to natural sleep remedies, organic insomnia medicine, herbal supplements for sleep disorders, and sleep medications, as well as advice and content on finding local drug stores.

The Center for Sleep Medicine at Bridgeport Hospital
(203) 384-3726
267 Grant Street
Bridgeport, CT
Doctors Refferal
If required by insurance
Ages Seen
4 years and up
Insurance
Insurance: All insurance
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Yale Sleep Medicine
(203) 764-6788
40 Tempe Street
New Haven, CT
Ages Seen
12 years and up

Hamden Sleep Disorders Center LLC
(203) 288-8300
2543 Dixwell Avenue
Hamden, CT
Ages Seen
7 years and older

GaylordSleep Medicine/Guilford Gaylord Hospital
(203) 679-3519
37 Soundview Road
Guilford, CT
Ages Seen
Mar-90

St. Mary's Hospital Sleep Center St. Mary's Hospital
(203) 709-6243
1312 W. Main Street
Waterbury, CT
Ages Seen
5+
Insurance
Medicare: No
Medicaid: No

Gaylord Sleep Medicine Trumbull Gaylord Hospital
(203) 284-2818
101 Merrit Boulevard
Trumbull, CT
Ages Seen
Mar-99

The Griffin Hospital Sleep Wellness Center
(203) 732-7571
130 Division Street
Derby, CT
Doctors Refferal
Yes
Ages Seen
16years and up
Insurance
Insurance: All
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Sleep Disorders Center of Connecticut
(203) 288-8300
14 Business Park Drive
Branford, CT
Ages Seen
7

ProHealth Sleep Center at the Courtyard by Marriott
(877) 566-9311
1583 SE Road
Farmington, CT
Ages Seen
Jun-99

ECHN Sleep Disorders Center Manchester Memorial Hospital
(860) 646-1222 x2750
71 Haynes Street
Manchester, CT
Doctors Refferal
Necessary
Ages Seen
12y.o. – Adult
Insurance
Insurance: All
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Natural Sleeping Aids for a Great Nights Sleep

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Natural supplements can help reduce anxiety and improve sleep. The following herbs may be helpfwoman sleeping soundlyul in regards to improving your sleep. Many are used by themselves, while several are also found together in many popular sleep aids:

  • Black Cohosh -This Native American herb is said to ease pain, such as that from neuralgia, and improve relaxation.
  • Boneset - This herb is said to calms the nerves. It
  • California Poppy Root - Eases anxiety and nervousness that can cause sleeplessness.
  • Camomile (Chamomile) - This herb promotes well-being, improves digestion, is relaxing and considered generally soothing. A cup of chamomile tea before bedtime is an excellent way to encourage sleep if you have a history of allergies, however, especially to plants such as ragweed, you shouldn't use chamomile.
  • Catnip - Catnip makes cats nuts but for humans it is actually relaxing and great for the digestion. It's often used in insomnia formulas and as a sleep promoting tea
  • Gotu Kola - This Asian herb has a calming effect and also improves the circulation.
  • Hoelen - A Chinese herb known for it's calming, soothing effect.
  • Hops - Hops, as a tea, is relaxing and calming. It's also relieves pain and aids digestion. It's not advised to take this herb, however, if you are depressed, as it is somewhat of a depressant.
  • Jasmine - Best known as aromatic oil, it promotes relaxation. Used as a tea, it's a mild nerve sedative. A few drops of the oil on your pillow can also be very soothing.
  • Jujube (Da T'sao) - The Chinese Jujube date is said to relieve nervous tension and anxiety.
  • Kava Kava - This member of the black pepper family is a very popular sleep aid. Long-term use isn't advised, however, as it can cause liver damage.
  • Lavender - This is another herb known better as aromatic oil for relaxation however, when taken in a tea, it can help to relieve anxiety. A few drops of the oil on your pillow can also be very soothing.
  • Lemon Balm - A tea made from lemon balm is said to improve digestion, promote relaxation and relieve nervous tension.
  • Marshmallow Root - Marshmallow is known as a relaxing herb.
  • Melatonin and its precursors - If behavioral changes do not work, it may be possible to improve sleep by supplementing with natural supplements such as melatonin, or one of melatonin's precursors, L-tryptophan or 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP).
  • Passion Flower - This herb is said to be calming, and also said to reduce muscle spasms that can disrupt sleep.
  • Peppermint - Peppermint when used as a tea is said to ease digestion, relieve gas and helps with insomnia. Don't take peppermint if you are on iron supplements as it tends to interfere with the absorption of iron.
  • Red Clover - Red clover is often used as a tea for inner cleansing, however it is also said to reduce anxiety and ...

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